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Richard Lo,  RYT 200       @rl_yoga          Richard started his yoga journey in 2013 and obtained his YTT  the next year.  He loves to use Infinity strap in advanced poses that needs a lot of stability, such as arm balances.  It has also aided in opening his tight shoulders and a stiff back. You can find Richard teaching  at  https://www.facebook.com/YogaDavao/ 

Richard Lo,  RYT 200       @rl_yoga

         Richard started his yoga journey in 2013 and obtained his YTT  the next year.  He loves to use Infinity strap in advanced poses that needs a lot of stability, such as arm balances.  It has also aided in opening his tight shoulders and a stiff back. You can find Richard teaching  at  https://www.facebook.com/YogaDavao/ 

Monique Mack @theislandyogi  When I moved to the USVI (St Croix), I found yoga and began my practice. Two and a half years later, I try to practice each day. For me, yoga just makes me feel better physically and mentally. When I found infinity strap, my inversion game changed completely. The infinity strap has really helped my handstand and even crow pose. I also love to use the strap for stretching. It's quite useful in king pigeon and bow pose as well as shoulder openers! I'm pretty obsessed. I also love blocks! Lots of people find props has a sign of weakness, but it's quite the opposite. Blocks really help my in forearm inversions and to deepen in some twists poses.

Monique Mack @theislandyogi 

When I moved to the USVI (St Croix), I found yoga and began my practice. Two and a half years later, I try to practice each day. For me, yoga just makes me feel better physically and mentally.

When I found infinity strap, my inversion game changed completely. The infinity strap has really helped my handstand and even crow pose. I also love to use the strap for stretching. It's quite useful in king pigeon and bow pose as well as shoulder openers! I'm pretty obsessed.

I also love blocks! Lots of people find props has a sign of weakness, but it's quite the opposite. Blocks really help my in forearm inversions and to deepen in some twists poses.

Anna Lund @annalotta As a working mom of two, I turned to yoga as a practice I could do from home in December of 2014. Yoga practice could be intimidating sometimes, especially for someone like me who has no background in sports, dance or gymnastics. I soon learned to use props as a way to access poses to hard for me or to find proper alignment as I worked on different asanas.

Anna Lund @annalotta

As a working mom of two, I turned to yoga as a practice I could do from home in December of 2014. Yoga practice could be intimidating sometimes, especially for someone like me who has no background in sports, dance or gymnastics. I soon learned to use props as a way to access poses to hard for me or to find proper alignment as I worked on different asanas.

Dawn Sora-Moore, RYT 200 @monkeymix              After many years of running, surfing, and cycling, Dawn began her yoga journey in 2011. Her inspirations include Taylor Chaput, Liz Arch, Amy Ippoliti, Elinore Cohen and Erica Majtenyl. She loves how the Infinity Strap has increased her muscle memory to press handstand. She brings her playful spirit to class to inspire, motivate and guide. She teaches at Paddleboard Bliss and The Springs in LA. Dawn resides in  sunny Pasadena with her husband and 2 adorable dogs. She is also an active ambassador for GLOW. To connect with her playful practice, go to http://yogawithmonkey.com   

Dawn Sora-Moore, RYT 200 @monkeymix  

           After many years of running, surfing, and cycling, Dawn began her yoga journey in 2011. Her inspirations include Taylor Chaput, Liz Arch, Amy Ippoliti, Elinore Cohen and Erica Majtenyl. She loves how the Infinity Strap has increased her muscle memory to press handstand. She brings her playful spirit to class to inspire, motivate and guide. She teaches at Paddleboard Bliss and The Springs in LA. Dawn resides in  sunny Pasadena with her husband and 2 adorable dogs. She is also an active ambassador for GLOW. To connect with her playful practice, go to http://yogawithmonkey.com   

Cetin Cetintas, E-RYT 1000                         @cetincetintas           Although Cetin has a diverse physical practice which includes acroyoga, his true devotion lies in the spiritual side of yoga. After studying at India's International Yoga Alliance, and monastaries all over the East, he continues to lead meditation workshops to help others deepen their spiritual connection with yoga. He uses the Infinity Strap to deepen poses like scorpion. When he is not balancing on his rooftop in his native Turkey, he is either teaching yoga locally and abroad or writing. His book "Hanuman Within" comes out in a few weeks.  Reach out to Cetin and his lighter than air postures, go to http://cetincetintas.com/  

Cetin Cetintas, E-RYT 1000                         @cetincetintas

          Although Cetin has a diverse physical practice which includes acroyoga, his true devotion lies in the spiritual side of yoga. After studying at India's International Yoga Alliance, and monastaries all over the East, he continues to lead meditation workshops to help others deepen their spiritual connection with yoga. He uses the Infinity Strap to deepen poses like scorpion. When he is not balancing on his rooftop in his native Turkey, he is either teaching yoga locally and abroad or writing. His book "Hanuman Within" comes out in a few weeks.  Reach out to Cetin and his lighter than air postures, go to http://cetincetintas.com/  

Sheila Advincula, RYT 200 @bohemian_heart                                            Although Sheila's background is in Kundalini and Ashtanga yoga, her foundation of dance is evident in her graceful practice. You can find Sheila practicing on idyllic beaches of San Diego or teaching in La Jolla. When she's not creating beautiful movement, she loves art, photography, and music.  Be inspired by Sheila and her invigorating approach at   http://bohemianheartyoga.com/ 

Sheila Advincula, RYT 200 @bohemian_heart                                            Although Sheila's background is in Kundalini and Ashtanga yoga, her foundation of dance is evident in her graceful practice. You can find Sheila practicing on idyllic beaches of San Diego or teaching in La Jolla. When she's not creating beautiful movement, she loves art, photography, and music.  Be inspired by Sheila and her invigorating approach at   http://bohemianheartyoga.com/ 

Yelitza Staley, RYT 200       @yogayely         Yely is passionate about affecting healthy change through yoga. She is an advocate for veganism, environmental protection and an activist against animal cruelty. Yely teaches yoga, meditation and plant based lifestyle classes as well as workshops around the world in English and Spanish, specializing in ‘Mindful Vinyasa Yoga’ which focuses on proper alignment, anatomy, breath, meditation, and compassion. Inspired by her teachers Tiffany Cruikshank and Jason Crandell,  Yely is now living her dream and making it her life’s purpose to spread awareness, compassion, kindness and light.  When she is not traveling, you can find Yely managing, writing and teaching in her beautiful space Prajna Center in Belmont, CA . Connect with Yely through  www.YogaYely.com

Yelitza Staley, RYT 200       @yogayely

        Yely is passionate about affecting healthy change through yoga. She is an advocate for veganism, environmental protection and an activist against animal cruelty. Yely teaches yoga, meditation and plant based lifestyle classes as well as workshops around the world in English and Spanish, specializing in ‘Mindful Vinyasa Yoga’ which focuses on proper alignment, anatomy, breath, meditation, and compassion. Inspired by her teachers Tiffany Cruikshank and Jason Crandell,  Yely is now living her dream and making it her life’s purpose to spread awareness, compassion, kindness and light.  When she is not traveling, you can find Yely managing, writing and teaching in her beautiful space Prajna Center in Belmont, CA . Connect with Yely through  www.YogaYely.com

  Coral Olinger         @yoga_supqueen I started yoga about 4 years ago after I lost my mom to alcoholism, it seemed like a good outlet for me to release stress and sadness. Yoga also helped me focus on a healthy lifestyle. I was inspired to try out some of those amazing poses I saw on Pinterest, only to discover that they were much more difficult than they looked. I was taught very early on in my practice, practice makes progress and if you want to be able to do these beautiful poses you need to come everyday and put in the work and that’s exactly what I did. My favorite prop without question is my infinity strap, I’ve called it my best friend along my side for this entire journey. Before I started yoga I was strong but not flexible, it has allowed me to deepen poses like king pigeon and dancer, kept my open hips square in many backbends to prevent hypertension in my lower back and it has even built the confidence and muscle strength to be able to handstand press.

 

Coral Olinger         @yoga_supqueen

I started yoga about 4 years ago after I lost my mom to alcoholism, it seemed like a good outlet for me to release stress and sadness. Yoga also helped me focus on a healthy lifestyle. I was inspired to try out some of those amazing poses I saw on Pinterest, only to discover that they were much more difficult than they looked. I was taught very early on in my practice, practice makes progress and if you want to be able to do these beautiful poses you need to come everyday and put in the work and that’s exactly what I did. My favorite prop without question is my infinity strap, I’ve called it my best friend along my side for this entire journey. Before I started yoga I was strong but not flexible, it has allowed me to deepen poses like king pigeon and dancer, kept my open hips square in many backbends to prevent hypertension in my lower back and it has even built the confidence and muscle strength to be able to handstand press.

  Arian Levanael, 500 RYT  @arianlevanael    Performer and artist, Arian's  yoga devotion spans over 20 years. He practices various styles including Prana Vinyasa, Jivamukti and Forrest Yoga. He has taught at various studios in England and Australia in Hot Yoga, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin, Hatha and many alignment and dynamic flow based classes. I enjoy using the infinity strap to assist my super tight shoulders and get deeper into my backbends. I also like yoga blocks to help create more space, especially in trikonasana and ardha chandrasana. Blocks are also a great way to access bandhas, and to practice jumping through to Navasana!

 

Arian Levanael, 500 RYT  @arianlevanael   

Performer and artist, Arian's  yoga devotion spans over 20 years. He practices various styles including Prana Vinyasa, Jivamukti and Forrest Yoga. He has taught at various studios in England and Australia in Hot Yoga, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin, Hatha and many alignment and dynamic flow based classes. I enjoy using the infinity strap to assist my super tight shoulders and get deeper into my backbends. I also like yoga blocks to help create more space, especially in trikonasana and ardha chandrasana. Blocks are also a great way to access bandhas, and to practice jumping through to Navasana!